You must register your travel plans and provide your contact details before arriving in Tasmania to ensure compliance with current requirements and to help facilitate a smooth arrivals process.
The areas where you have spent time prior to arriving in Tasmania determine the conditions for your entry into the state.
- Areas are assessed as either low, medium or high-risk based on Public Health advice.
- Register through the Tas e-Travel system if you have only spent time in low-risk areas in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania.
- If you have spent time in medium or high-risk areas, please read the latest information before making a G2G PASS submission.
- Travellers who have spent time in a high-risk area within Australia in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania are not permitted to enter Tasmania, unless approved as an Essential Traveller.
Visit the Tasmanian Government Coronavirus website to understand the latest border conditions and register your travel intentions.
You should carry a facemask with you when you intend to visit an airport. It is compulsory for people aged 12 and older to wear a facemask at all times whilst at a Tasmanian airport terminal or whilst on board a flight.
As Australia's only island state, access to Tasmania is by air and sea only.
Regular flights depart from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and fly direct to Hobart and Launceston.
Direct flights are available from the Gold Coast, Adelaide and Perth to Hobart, and from Adelaide to Launceston from 7 September 2021.
Direct flights are also available from Melbourne to Wynyard (Burnie), Devonport, King and Flinders Island.
Link Airways are also now operating direct flights from Canberra to Hobart.
Alternatively many visitors travel to Tasmania from Melbourne by sea on the Spirit of Tasmania. Departing from Melbourne and arriving in Devonport, this has the added benefit of letting you bring your own car and make the most of Tasmania's touring potential.